(Featured Photo: “Fight for $15” demonstrators rally in downtown San Diego in November. Credit: Mike Blake/Reuters) (Phoenix, AZ) – Frente a la audiencia de confirmación en el Senado del magnate de comida rápida Andy Puzder como Secretario de Trabajo de EE.UU., cocineros y
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(Featured Photo: www.dbg.org) By: Samantha Collins A staple of the Phoenix holiday season, it’s time for the Desert Botanical Garden’s annual Noches de las Luminarias. Come enjoy the garden beautifully lit up with over 8,000 luminary bags. Take a stroll
The new modern design for Arizona Center shows a rooftop jutting toward the sky like a rocketship near the entryway off Third and Van Buren streets. (Rendering courtesy of Parallel Capital Partners) By Katelyn Greno | Cronkite News PHOENIX –
By: Samantha Collins When you think of Phoenix, ice skating doesn’t usually come to mind. However, we won’t let our beautiful sunny winters stop us from enjoying this classic winter activity! This weekend kicks out CitySkate downtown, where you can
By: Laura Madrid ‘FEAR’ is the most expensive, intangible product one can buy! Donald Trump just made the most important sales pitch of his life; and he closed the deal. He did it because he knew how to target the
(Featured Photo Credit: Melina Zuniga/AZLatinos.com) By Melina Zuniga Cronkite Special to AZLatinos.com Honoring soldiers and their families this Veterans Day was Scion by Toyota, who surprised three local veterans by buying out the current leases on their 2014 Toyota Scion’s.
By: Jessica Lizza Cronkite Special to AZLatinos.com As soon as humans learned to communicate, they began writing down their history in some form – starting with something as simple as cave drawings, and evolving to what the world has now.
Air travelers line up at a Transportation Security Administration checkpoint at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, expected to be one of the busiest in the nation this Thanksgiving. (Photo by Chloe Nordquist/Cronkite News) By Aida Chavez | Cronkite News WASHINGTON –
(Featured Photo: Provided) By Carla León Recently, a new team president was appointed to the Arizona United Soccer Club. David Farca was born and raised in Mexico City. He is an entrepreneur and community leader and has a degree in
By: Cindy G. Castillo Jeri L. Williams’ professional life has been characterized by a number of “firsts” – the first person in her family to pursue a career in law enforcement; and now, she’s all ready to serve as Phoenix’s